Weather: Storm-track shift means southwest CT mostly dodges snow

More wintry weather was on tap for parts of Connecticut this weekend, but once again a storm-track shift means the area will mostly dodge any significant snowfall.



Following overnight lows around 30 degrees, Sunday will see some early morning spotty snow showers move through the area.



There's a chance for southwestern Connecticut to see a trace of snow, but most accumulations are expected to stay further north and east.



The rest of the day Sunday will be mostly cloudy and dry with highs near 41 degrees.



Stay with News 12 for the latest forecast information.


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